The purview of Columbia’s challenging masters program is to “weave together the highest level of disciplinary expertise with the critical and technical skills necessary to recast the boundaries of the discipline.”
Given starchitect Odile Decq’s punk rock reputation, the esteemed graduate school she launched in 2014 is fittingly designed around rule breaking.
The century-old architecture program at TU Delft’s Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment puts an emphasis on the profession’s technical and scientific aspects.
The Graduate School of Design’s Gund Hall was designed to eliminate a siloed approach to disciplines and foster an atmosphere of sharing and inspiration among the students and faculty.
The University of Waterloo’s School of Architecture recently got a massive boost thanks to a brand-new home when a local business consortium drew the school from its original Waterloo locale to nearby Galt.
In 2017, the university’s John H. Daniels Faculty of Architecture, Landscape and Design took up residence in the One Spadina Crescent building, a 140-year-old Gothic Revival landmark reimagined as a 21st-century teaching and research facility.
The School of Architecture + Planning is the crown jewel of MIT’s arts and humanities framework.
The programs offered through Cornell’s College of Architecture, Art and Planning celebrate architecture as a key tool, both creative and potent, for bettering the world.
Introduced in 1950, HKU’s architecture program is, like modern-day China, topical and engaging.
The Southern California Institute of Architecture (now SCI-Arc) was founded in 1972 to shake up traditional architecture education.
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